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This county was named for John Caldwell Calhoun (1782-1850) Vice President of the U.S.The first settler was Sidney Ketchu, who settled in the Kalamazoo Valley in 1830. Many of the residents activel aided fugitives slaves. In 1866 Dr. John Kellogg created a granola cereal. By 1900, Battle Creek had become the "Cereal Capital of the World" with the Post and Kellogg Companies. Marshall has a famous historical district.